Your visit to The State
Doors open at 7pm. BOUND begins at 8pm, and is approximately 1.5 hours (no intermission). Please allow yourself time to pass through border security.
This email is not your ticket. Check your inbox for your electronic tickets from TicketLeap, which you can print or display to us on your phone/tablet for entry.
(In the TicketLeap email, click the link “Download the barcode ticket”.)
If you can’t find your tickets, we can scan you in by first & last name. Bring a government-issued ID.
All tickets are general admission and seating is available on a first-come, first-seated basis. If you have a ticket, you are guaranteed a seat. This venue is wheelchair accessible.
Have a friend who wants to attend the performance? Are they a legitimate traveller to The State or citizen? Rush Tickets (seated or standing room) are available at the door. Line up for these as early as 7pm. $35 cash only.
COC’s Hal Jackman Studio
227 Front St E, Toronto, ON, M5A 1E8
Entrance “Imperial Oil Theatre” near Berkeley St
There is no on-site parking, but there is limited street parking in front of the building. The closest GREEN P lot is on Berkeley Street.
Pull up and stop for a direct drop-off if desired. This venue is wheelchair accessible; let us know in advance if you are arriving in an assisted mobility device.
Bike locks available at the corner of Front and Berkeley streets.
Take the King streetcar, or Sherbourne bus, and then a short walk down to Front Street.
What to expect: Border Security
Together, we can help keep our community safe.
The Targeting Program identifies people and goods bound for The State that may pose a threat to the security and safety of The State.
Immersive pre-screening experience
Please bring a pen. The Advance Passenger Information Form (Q4 questionnaire) is used to identify high-risk travellers who may need further screening when they arrive in The State.
Liquids are permitted in The State; wine and beer may be purchased ($5, cash only) at one of the government-sanctioned dispensaries located in our Border Security Checkpoint and Waiting Rooms.
What to read: Propaganda
“Each person has done something to threaten Peace, Order and Good Government. In a series of spoken dialogues and sung arias, we discover who they are and what the charges are.”
“I for one am very excited to see where this show might lead and what other “protests” it might inspire.”
“‘All the characters who are involved are fighting for a right of some kind,’ says Mokrzewski. ‘They’re fighting for rights that have been taken away.'”